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Wife no. 19, or, The story of a life in bondage : being a complete exposé of Mormonism, and revealing the sorrows, sacrifices and sufferings of women in polygamy

Published 1876

Publisher Hartford, Conn. : Dustin, Gilman & Co.
Pages 644
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number 421122
Digitizing sponsor CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois
Book contributor Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Lovejoy Library
Collection SIU_Edwardsville; americana
Scanfactors 19

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Reviewer: truerae - - May 17, 2009
Subject: Must read for all Mormons or believers in Polygamy and Masonry
Ann Eliza Young's book of tells how false doctrines crept into the early Mormon church. She tells the truth regarding polygamy and masonry; that they are abomiinable practices.
Masonry (secret combinations) requires a blood oath of secrecy conflicting with Jesus' teachings.
Polygamy is an "abomination" as stated in the original Book of Mormon (Jacob 2:23-24) and has never been of God. (The 1830 Book of Mormon (unaltered) is a historical record of the ancient Americans e.g. the "other sheep" that Jesus Christ visited John 10:16).
If you want to know the truth regarding "Danite Warriors" (men who killed for the Prophets) or the Mountain Meadow Massacre then read this book. In the beginning, she observes that the LDS church was good until these and other false doctrines not of God crept in!
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
by Freece, Hans P; Turini, Verona P
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
by Young, Ann Eliza, b. 1844; Gough, John B. (John Bartholomew), 1817-1886; Livermore, Mary Ashton Rice, 1820-1905
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